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Submit your paper to IET Control Theory & Applications

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Special Issue Call for Papers
Recent Developments on Sliding Mode Control and Its Applications for Complex Systems

 

Dear Colleague,

IET Control Theory & Applications is inviting submissions for a Special Issue on Recent Developments on Sliding Mode Control and Its Applications for Complex Systems.

The aim of this Special Issue is to to exhibit recent developments in methodologies, techniques, and applications of SMC including issues such as actuator/sensor fault tolerant control, output-feedback-based SMC, fault detection, integral SMC, fuzzy SMC and adaptive SMC.

Our international team of guest editors for this Special Issue:

Prof. Hongyi Li, Bohai University, China
Prof. Hamid Reza Karimi, University of Agder, Norway
Prof. Haiping Du, University of Wollongong, Australia

Our guest editors are looking for original research and review articles in areas including (but not limited to):

  • Advanced SMC techniques
  • SMC based stochastic systems
  • Adaptive SMC
  • Hybrid SMC design
  • Chattering analysis
  • Network-based SMC
  • Discrete time SMC
  • Sliding mode observer (SMO) design

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Submission deadline:
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I look forward to receiving your submissions.

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چهارمین کنفرانس بین المللی علوم و مهندسی - رم ایتالیا

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Register for June 17 Talk with Adrian Cockroft: "The Evolution of Microservices"

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If you haven't yet done so, register now for the next free ACM Learning Webinar, "The Evolution of Microservices," presented on Friday, June 17 at 12 pm ET by Adrian Cockroft, Technology Fellow at Battery Ventures. The talk will be followed by a question-and-answer session moderated by John Wetherill, Principal Architect at BNY Mellon and Member of the ACM San Francisco Bay Area Chapter.

(If you'd like to attend but can't make it to the virtual event, register now to receive a recording of the webinar when it becomes available.)

Note: You can stream this and all ACM Learning Webinars on your mobile device, including smartphones and tablets.

Where did microservice architectures come from and where are they going? Architecture patterns are optimizations based on assumptions about what is expensive or difficult vs. what is cheap or easy. As technology evolves things that were formerly hard to do become trivial, and a disconnect arises that causes old architectural and organizational patterns to become obsolete, and new ones to appear. Over the last few years cloud and containerization have driven a move to microservice architectures, serverless deployments and integrated DevOps based organizations. Products, the organizations that build them, and the architectures that implement them all need to be able to evolve as they adapt to changes on shorter and shorter timescales. This talk will describe how to simulate and visualize large scale microservices deployments in a few seconds.

Duration: 60 minutes (including audience Q&A)

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Adrian Cockcroft has had a long career working at the leading edge of technology. He's always been fascinated by what comes next, and he writes and speaks extensively on a range of subjects. At Battery, he advises the firm and its portfolio companies about technology issues and also assists with deal sourcing and due diligence. Before joining Battery, Adrian helped lead Netflix's migration to a large scale, highly available public-cloud architecture and the open sourcing of the cloud-native NetflixOSS platform. Prior to that at Netflix he managed a team working on personalization algorithms and service-oriented refactoring. 

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May 2016 Issue, KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems

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The publication list of the May 2016 Issue is given below.
You can visit on our hompage (HTTP://WWW.ITIIS.ORG) and download the published papers in PDF, free of charge.

Table of Contents (May 2016 Issue)

[Regular Papers]

[Internet & Communications]

■ Joint TAS and Power Allocation for IHDAF Relaying M2M Cooperative Networks
Lingwei Xu, Hao Zhang, T. Aaron Gulliver

■ Self-organized Spectrum Access in Small-cell Networks with Dynamic Loads
Ducheng Wu, Qihui Wu, Yuhua Xu

■ A Classification-Based Virtual Machine Placement Algorithm in Mobile Cloud Computing
Yuli Tang, Yao Hu, Lianming Zhang

■ Sum Transmission Rate Maximization Based Cooperative Spectrum Sharing with Both Primary and Secondary QoS-Guarantee
Weidang Lu, Yufei Zhu, Mengyun Wang, Hong Peng, Xin Liu

■ Applying a Sensor Energy Supply Communication Scheme to Big Data Opportunistic Networks
Zhigang Chen, Jia Wu

■ Optimal Power Allocation and Relay Selection for Cognitive Relay Networks using Non-orthogonal Cooperative Protocol
Peng Lan, Lizhen Chen, Guowei Zhang, Fenggang Sun

■ Supporting Trusted Soft Decision Scheme Using Volatility Decay in Cooperative Spectrum Sensing
Feng Zhao, Jingyu Feng

■ Optimal Power Allocation for Wireless Uplink Transmissions Using Successive Interference Cancellation
Liaoyuan Wu, Yamei Wang, Jianghong Han, Wenqiang Chen, Lusheng Wang

■ Estimation of Sparse Channels in Millimeter-Wave MU-MIMO Systems
Anzhong Hu

■ Dynamic Fractional Frequency Reuse Based on an Improved Water-Filling for Network MIMO
Noor Shahida M. K, Rosdiadee Nordin, Mahamod Ismail

■ OBPF: Opportunistic Beaconless Packet Forwarding Strategy for Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Kashif Naseer Qureshi, Abdul Hanan Abdullah, Jaime Lloret, Ayman Altameem

■ Wiretapping Strategies for Artificial Noise Assisted Communication in MU-MIMO Wiretap Channel
Shu Wang, Xinyu Da and Zhenyong Chu

■ A Reconfiguration Method for Preserving Network Bandwidth and Nodes Energy of Wireless Sensor Networks
Hyunjun Jung, Dongwon Jeong, Byung-Won On, Doo-Kwon Baik

■ A Symmetric Lookup-based Secure P2P Routing Algorithm
Bingqing Luo, Yiai Jin, Shengmei Luo, Zhixin Sun

■ Grid Based Enhanced Routing Scheme in MANET
Kyoungsoo Bok, Sooyong Yoon, Jongtae Lim, Jaesoo Yoo

■ A Routing Metric to Improve Route Stability in Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks
Yi-Han Xu, Yin Wu, Jun Song

■ SD-ICN: Toward Wide Area Deployable Software Defined Information Centric Networking
Changyou Xing, Ke Ding, Chao Hu, Ming Chen, Bo Xu

■ Conflicts in Overlay Environments: Inefficient Equilibrium and Incentive Mechanism
Jianxin Liao, Jun Gong, Shan Jiang, Tonghong Li, Jingyu Wang

[Multimedia]

■ Temporal Search Algorithm for Multiple-Pedestrian Tracking
Hye-Yeon Yu, Young-Nam Kim, Moon-Hyun Kim

■ A Common Bitmap Block Truncation Coding for Color Images Based on Binary Ant Colony Optimization
Zhihong Li1, Qiang Jin, Chin-Chen Chang, Li Liu, Anhong Wang

■ Robust Online Object Tracking with a Structured Sparse Representation Model
Chunjuan Bo, Dong Wang

■ Real-Time Recognition Method of Counting Fingers for Natural User Interface
Doyeob Lee, Dongkyoo Shin, Dongil Shin

[Internet Security]

■ Robust Key Agreement From Received Signal Strength in Stationary Wireless Networks
Aiqing Zhang, Xinrong Ye, Jianxin Chen, Liang Zhou, Xiaodong Lin

■ A Key-insulated CP-ABE with Key Exposure Accountability for Secure Data Sharing in the Cloud
Hanshu Hong, Zhixin Sun, Ximeng Liu

■ An Efficient Dynamic Group Signature with Non-frameability
Run Xie, Chunxiang Xu, Chanlian He, Xiaojun Zhang

■ Efficient Post-Quantum Secure Network Coding Signatures in the Standard Model
Dong Xie, HaiPeng Peng, Lixiang Li, Yixian Yang


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